I WILL FIND YOU
Lilia Murakhovskaya is totally content with her life: her husband loves her, she has a wonderful son and a baby daughter she has been waiting for so long. However, a tragedy brings an end to her happiness: her daughter dies in a fire. Everyone sympathizes with Lilia, but she is convinced her daughter is alive, and someone set her home on fire and simply stole the girl. Lilia refuses to accept the proofs, nor does she believe her husband, who eventually decides his wife has lost her mind and he sends her to a resort. Lilia loses everything and spends the next ten years of her life as if sleeping. She wakes up when her best friend Victoria returns to the city. During these ten years, the other woman has met a husband, Leonid Pavlov, a criminal investigator, and they have a daughter Katya, who strangely looks like her daughter to Lilia. Lilia starts her own investigation, during which she faces hatred, fear and rejection, until she ends up in an asylum. But after all hardships Lilia finally manages to prove Katya is indeed her daughter and she was stolen from her ten years ago. However, Victoria is not going to give the girl to Lilia, she takes Katya and tries to escape with her. On their way, they have an accident, and the girl is badly injured. When she regains consciousness, she refuses to take the fact her real mother is not Victoria but Lilia, whom she fears and believe she is a dangerous psychopath. Lilia once again has to start a long way to return her daughter, though she is not alone this time. Leonid suddenly takes her side and helps her to gain Katya’s love and return her belief in people and true love.